On June 1, the Low Energy Ablative Flyer (LEAF) Project team successfully launched a high altitude balloon at Moses Lake with the goal of showing that a plasma thruster could work at high altitudes and eventually be adapted for space applications. The balloon soared to a maximum height of 105,000 feet. Diagnostics were taken onboard … Continue reading
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